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A BBC reporter asked Sadiq Khan how it felt coming 'home' to Pakistan and his response was brilliant

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The Mayor of London took a historic trip across the India-Pakistan border this week. During his trip, he was asked by a BBC London reporter: "Does it feel like coming home?"

Sadiq Khan responded immediately, "Home's South London, mate" 

 Khan's parents were born in India, and lived in Pakistan before emigrating to the UK. 

"But it's good to be in Pakistan," he continued with a smile. "It's good to come from India, home of my parents and grandparents."

The BBC reporter asking the question was Karl Mercer, who was met with a lot of criticism across Twitter this afternoon.

  

 

The mayor of London was praised for the way he handled the reporter's question.

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